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December 16, 2011 / compassioninpolitics

Innovative Christian Leadership by Rick Warren at TEDxOrange Coast

Core Concepts of Innovative Christian Leadership:

Innovation often comes from asking the right questions, according to best-selling author and church leader Rick Warren who referred to his list of essential questions as the “Eight Nations of Innovation” Never stop learning. Leaders are learners. Always ask the right questions.

A New Model for Innovative Christian Leadership and Organizations (Case Study)
During one of the 8 concepts Rick Warren talks about he speaks to the Peace Plan movement that Saddleback created as their mission, primarily I believe in the developing world:

The PEACE plan is a hopeful response to the five giant problems in the world: Spiritual Emptiness, Self-Serving Leadership, Poverty, Disease, and Illiteracy.

PEACE is a movement to mobilize Christians in churches working together to

Plant churches that promote reconciliation
Equip servant leaders
Assist the poor
Care for the sick
Educate the next generation

Who is Rick Warren?

Rick Warren, Ph.D., is a global strategist, pastor, author and philanthropist. He has lectured at numerous universities, world forums and the United Nations, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Rick founded Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, which today has over ten locations throughout Orange County with over 400 community ministries. He the founder of the PEACE Plan which has sent more than 14,000 people to every nation of the world to serve in communities where the greatest needs are: reconciliation, training, poverty, illiteracy and sickness.

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